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-- and, you know, not -- >> charlie: including carter, clinton and obama? >> everybody. bush, everybody. whether it's two-party talks, six-party talks. >> charlie: failed. and part of it is rational people trying to deal with crazies. >> charlie: and the chinese, too, is an element to it. they've got a lot to lose. >> the chinese have been less helpful than they could be. they have a strong interest in getting the issue dealt with. but here's the thing that's always struck me, the north koreans talk all the time about the fact that we're still technically at war with them, legally at war with them, because all we did was sign an arms agreement not a peace treaty. and during the periods where the negotiations were active, they kept saying why won't you declare you're not at war with us? and we say, you know, the usual thing, what you're taught as a diplomat or any kind of negotiator, it's a bargaining chip and we're holding the chip and of course we don't think we're at war with you. my view is bargaining chips you don't get to spend are not worth anything. so why not just say, okay. jus
today in moscow and also here in the u.s., we seem to be falling behind. during the first clinton administration, i recall that we had a bit of a debate. would it make sense to invite nato and russia to become over time a member of nato? recall, 12-13 years ago around 2001, that question was raised again. obviously the russian's response was we are not interested in being a member of nato, we are interested in the change a relationship. russia went further and came back to us more recently with a whole new concept for the relationship between the west and russia for european security. some of the ideas that were put forward by medvedev during his tenure as president of russia simply in our you were not acceptable to all in the west. it was just not going to work. i think to finish, we have thehed the point where ukrainian crisis, we will need to take a sharp look again at how we can over time construct a european order, a european security document that is good for us and also ok for russia. ahead, wase jump there a feeling that the west was taking advantage of russia at a time of
can debate whether it costs jobs or not. i remember when we raised the minimum wage under bill clinton we had the best following years of job creation we've had in the last 60 years. you can't debate the fact that when you raise the minimum wage it has the effect of raising other salaries up and up as well so i think there's a lot of stuff in the democratic arsenal and particularly the point larry makes is a good one what. do the republicans have to say about the economy? cutting taxes and lowering regulation? we tried that in the bush years, and it was a total failure. >> no, no. hang on a second. front page of the "new york times." bill clinton in his second term or actually after he got shell lacked in '94, and he's proud of this, and i'm going to back clint on on this. he was a great economic president. you know why? he was a supply-sider in his second term. he lowered the capital gains tax and participated in a deal with gingrich on welfare reform, on free trade. he did all the right things. those guys cut spending. that's the kind of agenda we need right now. here's one for you.
for the position he holds. >> you can can say that clinton is lucky and he caught the tech boom, or clinton was lucky coming out of the recession, but one thing that you can cannot explain isway is the difference of the poverty reduction members. >> we appreciate the chairman coming to the meeting, and we did not get a lot accomplished -- >> we need to talk about getting to the root causes of poverty. >> well, he has a lot to learn. >> the goal here is not to go after mr. putin personally, but the goal is to change the calculus. >> and right now, we are looking at live images from the rose garden where we are awaiting a news conference by president obama and german chancellor angela merkel , and joining me live is the correspondent and host of "andrea mitchell reports" and msnbc political editor mark murray, and thank you for join g ing us. >> good morning. >> andrea, i want to start with you as we wait for the president and the german leader to emerge, the situation in eastern ukraine is deteriorating and two ukrainian held koicopters shot this morning, and several reports of journal itsel
storyteller. >> who would you like to see run for president? >> good question. i think hillary clinton is going to run. she will be an interesting candidate. i think there are some republican governors that have country for jobs in their states. scott walker, chris christie, jeb bush did a great job in florida. i think the republican governors have shown you can take care of your citizens, be compassionate for your citizens, be fair to your citizens, and run the state wisely so the future is not jeopardized or impaired. i think that is the lesson we are going to try and convey hopefully whether you are democrat or republican. the great french political 1909sopher said around that the american system of democracy will prosper until the moment the politicians discover they can bribe the electorate with their own money. we are now writing the people with borrowed money. it is a path to destruction. it will not help working people. it will not make for a better future for the people today. it will destroy them. >> i'm going to tell you something. i was impressed with steve went. he got in
allies made a good faith effort to convince russia the security was converging. president clinton said the test of russia's measure is whether russia, the big neighbor, can be the good neighbor. despite the reservations of many new members, nato established the partnership for peace and negotiated the russia-nato piece agreement and some went so far to see that russia might join the alliance. but we were never blinded to the risk. former secretary of state warned in 1995 that among his words, one of the plans of preparing is that russia will abandoned behavior that characters history particularly during the soviet period. and nato must stand ready to visit the basic principles underlying its relationship with russia. nato enlargement didn't invite russian aggression. it didn't form crisis then or now. instead it settled old disputes and promoted freedom and free mact markets and advanced the cause of peace. that is why nato holds the door open for aspiring members. consider the alternative, a world without nato enlargement and not the asurances they provide. it would have risked a prec
're already hearing sort of the ways we might hear the economy talked about in 2016. bill clinton gave a speech this week where he talked about the prosperity of the 1990s and how he helped usher that in. that can be laying the ground work for a potential hillary clinton run in 2016. instead of them talking about what's going on in the economy now, you hear them harkin back to the good old days, the golden years of a way of enticing voters and getting them riled up as opposed to focusing on near-term policy issues. >> there's been a lot of talk from this administration and others around the globe, we have to do more to support smaller companies. they're the job creators and the drivers of growth. are the small businessmen, the smaller companies, now hiring or not? >> it appears that they are. when we looked at the reports from adt yesterday, what we did see is that the smaller companies are hiring the indicators again, the surveys of small businesses indicate they're hiring but doing so cautiously. they don't want to get too far ahead of where the economy is, but they are confident tha
. charles: could he become a bill clinton, against all odds? >> i am inclined, charles, to agree with stuart. he does not change his mind. he does not change course. i dow that obama will. stuart: one last statistic and i heard it yesterday. some 40% of youngsters with a college degree are working in a job that does not require a college degree. >> underemployment. working in, you know, hotels, things that they did not simply spent time in college training for. stuart: i am a lucky guy, i guess. >> there is always a silver lining, two words. stuart: two stories coming up for you in a moment. first, mcdonald's has an image problem. the franchisee getting angry with the company. we will explain why in a minute. a summer job for teenagers becoming a thing of the past. are these kids lazy? let's get fired up with this one. charles up after this. ♪ you have to make some money ♪ if you want to use the car to go riding next sunday ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ speech back some economic data out this morning. jobless claims. 344,000 people claimed for first-time jobless benefits. of course, this comes ahead o
-- what i'm seing from where i'm sitting, what i read, is the lone superpower that bill clinton talked about that america could no longer afford to be, becoming weaker, everybody else is becoming emboldened. i see people flexing their muscles buzz of our weakness and lack of resolve that we have. where do you think this will lead? where do you think russia will end up? will they go into other areas? where there's a large russian-speaking population. do either of you see that? >> we see that there's a risk and the russians have influence in those areas but it is our policy to exact a coast -- a cost from the russians for their behavior that's in violation of international norms. >> and do you feel the sanction this is a we are talking about, that we've done, do you think they'll have any impact on russian's agrecian? >> sir, the purpose of sanctions is to try to influence russian behavior, it's meant to bring it back within international norms. >> how is that working so far? ms. friedt? >> i couldn't -- >> if i may, sir. this could be a long process, sir. >> but again, do we have compli
roth. we were so passionate about it, madeleine may remember, that president clinton joked that ato must be offering to move the headquarters to wilmington, delaware -- because -- no, i'm serious. it was -- do you remember that's what he said at the time of the official vote. but you know, all these years later, there are some who look at russia's aggression in ukraine and say -- maybe we should not have extended security guarantees to poland, romania, bulgaria and the baltic states. but i think it shows we had to extend that guarantee, because we reject and continue to reject, have rejected the notion of a sphere of influence built on the backs of the people who deserve freedom -- freedom that we always supported and that we believe is as vital today as it was then. and let's be clear -- the current crisis born in the enlargment of nato and the eu 15 yeras ago has nothing to do with -- 15 years ago has nothing to do with the enlargement of nato. it was born in the kremlin. it was born in putin's mind. t has nothing to do with the fact that we expanded nato. and here's another debat
on facebook and twitter. tonight, former president bill clinton speaks at georgetown university. vice president biden talks about and ukraine. then senator bob corker on ukraine. a house hearing on exporting natural gas to europe. >> on the next "washington ofrnal," the effotrts republicans to have federal lands transferred to state control. and a discussion of the economy and job creation. live at 7 a.m. eastern. share your thoughts on the program by calling in and your comments on facebook and footer. -- twitter. >> there's a lot more trauma and people's lives, a lot more disconnection, a lot more families are broken that should not be broken. i am not talking about the worst terrible means. families that cannot hold because of the stress of life, not holding a job, living in class,rld, that working up-and-down world can put a lot of strain on people, that connection they should have. and even the addictions that are so rampant now because it is so easy to get drugs and alcohol. it was happening for years ago but not like today. -- this is more of the american story than people are
many bushes and too many clintons. even though hillary clinton -- 69% agree with what barbara bush said to matt lauer on the "today" show. we need somebody other than these two families. >> i feel like there's this fundamental disconnect, andrea. which is 7 in 10 people say, yes, we're done with these political dynasties. and then who are the two candidates that certainly are at or near the top? hillary clinton's case, at the top. jeb bush's case at the top or near the top. it's jeb bush and hillary clinton. if you don't like political dynasties, here's a hint, american electorate. don't vote for american dynasties. fascinating. not that people can't hold two different notions in their head. but on that question, it's kind of remarkable. >> by the way, though, the question is important for this reason. it is her fundamental problem, hillary clinton's problem, going to be potential problem. we don't know. is how does she look like the future? what we saw in the answer to that question is americans always believe in looking to the future. we want to always look ahead. we don't look liking
adviser during the clinton administration. and in studio with us molly m mcqueue, a foreign policy consulting firm. nancy soderberg, let me ask you, as you look back at the five years of the barack obama foreign policy, how is he doing? >> i think he's doing very well. he has been dealt a tough card. in addition to the healthcare law. he did get osama bin laden, keeping us safe from weapons of mass destruction falling into the hands of terrorism will be one of his lasting legacies, and he has done a lot to work with our friends and allies in europe and asia and latin america to solidify and lead america into the 21st century and bring the rest of the world with us. he has got a tough hand too deal with russia, that's going in the wrong direction, and that's not his fault. syria is still a tragic nightmare which i think he needs to have a reassessment on israel-palestine. but this is a man who knows how to use the superpower and set the superpower ship on the right course and in history that will be shown although right now it's a little messy. >> molly mccould you, how is he doing?
. this is an opportunity that the nba hilary clintons and it took full advantage of it, think it's a wonderful day for sports in america. >> let's talk about adam silver. this is really a huge day for him. the first real test on the job he has been in, as you said, about three months now, and making the point that we've got to fundamentally change the way that we think and the way that we act. i thought he handled it very well. he was to the point and compassionate. i know you know him very well personally. is it your sense that commissioners in the past would have made the same decision as him, or what does it tell you about him? >> his predecessor david stern, who he worked for for quite some time, there was criticism towards him that sometimes he might have put a halo over donald sterling because let's not forget, we know and we heard about donald sterling has been in the news before for racial discrimination, about elgin baylor who was his general manager, about not allowing blacks and hispanics and jews to rent out because he is a real estate mogul in l.a. i'm not sure how to answer that ques
appointees. you rule out merkel or clinton. >> you rule out, obviously, people who changed the world. steve jobs. i let that out of the bag. >> you think he'll be on the list. >> yes. >> there's no way i wouldn't put bill -- why are they we'll find minutes from now. >> 10. >> the producers think it's inside information. they're yelling. can you make money? are there futures on this? >> they are yelling us because it's time for commercial. thank you. see you again in a moment. >> a name also synonymous with luxury, good charm along with the first 25, we had the first on cnbc with the ceo of forest labs. the company joining the battle. yesterday it's making a deal before itself is acquired for tax reasons for $25 billion. brett saunders will join us 7:30 eastern. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 trading inspires your life. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 life inspires your trading. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 where others see fads... tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 ...you see opportunities. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 at schwab, we're here to help tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 turn inspiration into action. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 we have intuitive pla
in another state, chelsea clinton is doing an event and tells people that she is pregnant. and then people are buzzing, what does this mean for 2016? probably nothing, but it means that people are already looking ahead. that is a problem exercising power abroad. it is a challenge that he needs to look at ahead. guest: it is a challenge being named a lame duck, so early in the second term, but the truth is he has not been able to get much done in congress. if power shifts to republicans in the senate, he does not have that one chamber to wooster his priorities, so it will be very interesting, as we said before, to see how the white house works y completelyiall control republican congress. i read earlier that he may start to worry too much and give away the store, the issues that they care about. hard to predict at this point, but definitely tricky for the white house, in that they still have two and a half years of governing and they are not able to get much of his agenda done. guest: and the republicans know this. if you have watched the nba playoffs, the team that is ahead and takes the b
these settlement. according to the clinton parameters of 2000 or the understandings of 2008, they are certainly not contributing and there is certainly an issue the palestinians feel strongly about. but on their merits, the settlement issue is not what is prohibiting or inhibiting an agreement: it's the idea of a pal stainian state. it's jerusalem, not just the settlement. >> always good to see you. thank you for dropping by. >>> a new threat from washington to moscow. the u.s. is hitting russia with more sanctions after involvement in the crisis. the situation on the ground there is growing increasingly violent. in the eastern city of donetsk, pro-russian activists broke up a rally in support of ukraine's government. they beat some demonstrators with baseball bats. several people were injured. earlier today, the mayor of ukraine's second largest city was shot in the back and severely wounded. the latest sanctions target seven officials and 17 companies close to president putin. president obama says the measures are meant to change the kremlin's calculus on ukraine. mike viqueira tells us more
to be washed. and unfortunately under our previous secretary of state, hillary clinton, she gave, in my opinion unwisely, the reset button to the former soviet -- to the former russian government and apparently didn't think that they'd push the button. they did. they pushed the reset button. and they pushed it in a way that has the soviet union looking at the united states and making the calculation that the united states is now a weak power, that we have weakened rselves and therefore now is russia's opportune time to seek to influence and pull back into the fold former soviet block nations. as we've learned from history, .hen a mad man speaks, listen mad men spoke in the form of lenin and stalin and tens of millions of people were enslaved in misery for decades. the same happened under adolf hitler, with a mad man who spoke and he murdered six million jewish people. that's why we have today the holocaust remembrance day. we need to pay attention today to the thugs and rulers that are making their mad statements. they're doing it again. and that's why again, why did the obama administration de
, and ended two marriages, and was hitting president clinton at the time for his own infidelities. why is it, though, because there are so many stories like this, that we continue to get great advice from people that can't seem to take their own advice? >> i think it's just way too easy to become an inspirational icon in america, and newt gingrich is a prime example of that. he kind of put himself out as this moral leader, and he said he was, and everyone believed him. then he just fueled on itself, and there's just example after example from our culture of these people that were not good people. >> so, zach, let's talk about lance armstrong. i was until recently a huge fan. i read his -- >> my condolences. >> i read it's not about the bike. really i got a lot personally out of it. found it really inspirational, really moeshational. you have a quote from him in the book. he says winning is about heart. it's got to be in the right place. which just feels so weird and wrong hearing it come from lance armstrong, but, you know, he did have this sort of dogged determination that people really fou
.s. policy in the region. he served under secretary of state clinton as deputy assistant secretary of state, where she was central to organizing the u.s. government's response to the arab spring's. of -- the author of "how israelis and crossinians negotiate, a troll analysis of the peace process." director of -- at the washington institute. an expert on arab and islamic apologists as well as u.s. middle east policy, he has written and spoken widely on the arab israeli peace process, and the need to revamp u.s. public diplomacy in the middle east. he is the author and editor of therous books, including battle of ideas on the war on terror. abrams, senior federal for middle eastern studies -- senior fellow for middle eastern studies. he held several important positions, including deputy assistant to the president and deputy national security adviser where he supervised u.s. policy in the middle east. also an assistant secretary of state in the reagan administration and was the author of four books, including undue process, security and the bush, and administration and the israeli-palestinian
. >> i do, too. hillary clinton, oprah winfrey, beyonce, j.k. rowling, they have all first-born in their families. first-born girls are more likely to succeed than first-born boys. by the way, i'm a first-born girl. for the record. the study, they found first-born women are 13% more ambitious than first-born boys and one possible reason, parents simply devote more time and energy to their daughters. and adam and i were talking, i said you think so? i remember my whole childhood, my mother stressing to me, you know, be independent. be your own woman. she always had a phrase, you can do bad by yourself. meaning why go and marry someone who's going to pull you down when you can pull yourself up. you don't need someone to determine your future. i think a lot of moms do that with their daughters. >> and dads. >> absolutely, and dads. >> i believe that's true. i would just say one thing. how do you define success? i mean, the study talks about hillary clinton and beyonce. but i think if you're a schoolteacher, a cop, or a small businessman, i think you've succeeded. >> i measure
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comments about immigration and immigrants. as for hillary clinton, and i spoke with congressman bruce brayley about her, and he did not go so far to say that he would support her if she got in, and he said that first she has to decide to run. >> and for the first time this weekend, she was interview and opening up publicly about the fai faith. >> well, in the last couple of weeks she has been talking more personally, and offering a window into the decision-making process of whether she wants to run in 2016, and people who say that they know whether or not she is going to run doesn't know the truth. at the end of the day, it is clear that she is thinking about it. i remember a month ago, one of the clinton advisers said that she may believe that she has a decision, by the train may be far away where the the station. >> and what about elizabeth warren, because she said that she is not running, but she is having a big impact on the 2016 race. >> yes, and you can see the difference of elizabeth warren and the hillary clinton in the whole way they approach things. elizabeth warren's book w
-- are not affecting president clinton's behavior enough. last week the redline was demobilizing the troops that are on the border that aren't are intimidating people inside the eastern ukraine. now it is just him not going in. advocating, as many people have, carl levin was there a day after me, a democrat, as you know, was also advocating that we begin hitting a breeze within russia to further destabilize the economy. their goal, russia's goal, inside the ukraine, is to destabilize the country and delegitimize elections that taking place on may 25. over time, he can achieve his goals without actually sending troops in. he has little green men, black , fomenting inside ukraine. people are not yet with putin. it is amazing. the only information that people are getting is from russia. it is only russian speaking news that is occurring. over time, continuing to do it is doing, he can do without actually sending people in. again, i think we need to put sectoral sanctions in place. i think we need to move those troops away from the border am a change behavior, and i am very concerned that as we
had thousands of nuclear weapons on their territory. one of the great achievements of the clinton administration was to get ukraine and other countries to give up their nuclear weapons. countries like russia, the united states, the uk would sign onto a compact guaranteeing their sovereignty and territorial integrity. russia signed that, it's grossly violated that. what message does that send to countries where we're trying to gi get them to give up -- >> is there any military cost ex acted by the united states or nato if putin moves forward? >> we're trying to de-escalate this crisis, not escalate. we don't see a military confrontation but we see increasing support for ukraine. we have a program that will get $37 billion or $38 billion to ukraine. >> on the middle east and the peace process unraveling. does the president decide to pull secretary kerry and get him out of the peace making business in the middle east or stf possible that the united states in the absence of negotiating partners advances its own peace plan, puts it on the table, and says get to work? >> thanks to secre
clinton does run and has unsuccessful primary -- >> let's assume she runs. nobody has ever gotten a free pass in presidential elections going back to eisenhower. who is the most likely democrat to run against her? >> someone will. i do not know. governor o'malley is talking about it. she was almost unbeatable then. she started with 40% of the democratic primary. now she is up around 60% or 70%. nobody in either party is confident. it does not mean somebody will not run or get 30% somehow. i think if somebody runs, they are trying to set themselves up for the future and get their name out. >> you granite state people do not like to coronate people. >> people who don't care, i put bernie sanders in that category. you might get a few hard progressives from the left. and governor o'malley in that category. and do not suggest that a coronation is a good thing for a candidate. look at successful presidential candidates like george h.w. bush who came through a very tough primary and bill clinton and obama. it is something about being a challenge and developing a message and finding out how to c
clinton's presidency, including george w. bush. on the diplomatic front, it has two elements -- deterrence and engagement. all countries in asia as well as the united states seek deeper relations with chine into and want to make sure that country does not become an expansionist regional bully. getting the balance between those two elements is hard to do and easy to criticize. there is, however, a broader aspect to asia policy, one that is constructive. at the center of this is the transpacific partnership. it would not only be the largest trade deal in decades if it happened involving most of asia's economies, perhaps including china, but it would strongly reinforce american tile rules about free and open trade worldwide. yet the president has not been able to get the fast track authority that makes it possible to negotiate such a trade deal. the democratic party, once the greatest champion of free trade, has turned its back on it. a sat shift in a once open and optimistic party. and in recent years, republican support for trade has also gotten much weaker. america's military strategy in a
. thanks all for joining us. hilly clinton out and about, doing speeches, most recently to a methodist church the south talking about her religion. of course raised methodist. talking about -- >> as we heard in the open or in the tease, how men when 60, they've been in the rat race so long, they're tired, want to play golf but women are raring to go. so these are all parse d i'm thinking i'd want a nap but okay. everything she says is parsed like, isn't this interesting? she's saying women have a lot to contribute to society and women over 60 this and that. i get the feeling that she's messing with us. >> seem likes she's having a lot of fun, right? she's not shying away interest moments that she knows we're going to parse. i mean she knows we're going to pick apart every single thing she says. and whether she's made up her mind or not, is anyone's guess, but she certainly seems to be having fun in the process, leading us down she's sort of rabbit holes. >> smart politics. >> why wouldn't you have fun with this the most fun place to be in politics. everybody hanging on your every word.
a continuation of u.s. foreign policy since bill clinton's president, including george w. bush. on the diplomatic front, it has two elements col: deterrence sk gau -- and engagement. they have deep ties with asia. getting the balance between those two elements is hard to do and easy to criticize. there is, however, a broader is constructive.olicy, one that at the center of this is the transpacific partnership. it would not only be the largest trade deal in decades if it happened involving most of asia's economies, but it would reestablish america's rules about foreign trade worldwide. yet the president has not been able to get the fast track authority that makes it possible to negotiate such a trade deal. the democratic party wan, once greatest party of free trade, has turned its back on it. and in recent years, republican support for trade has also gotten much weaker. it requires significant budgets, and these are true from both sides of the aisle. public support for any type of ambitious, generous foreign policy is pretty low these days. the most worrying obstacle to a serious american strategy
coming from him? is he going to put it on the floor? hillary clinton who is out and about this week talking about religion and how women are better when they are older than men who are retired, and i get the feeling she's playing with us. >> i have written about them both and will many times. i find boehner to be maybe the most interesting politician to watch. do you remember, candy, the old "saturday night live" they did a sketch called one-man demons. he would hear these voices saying, take a pottery class. i feel like this is boehner. he's got these voices s saying appease the right, don't appease the right. i think he's really torn. he got the debt ceiling done with democratic votes. he could get immigration done with democratic votes. his thing is he's always had to choose, is it the legislation? that frustration coming out and the inability to pick a path and stick with it. >> i think it's interesting, the idea that boehner is not being a strong leader when he's sometimes critical of the president of not being a strong leader. when you look at what happened in 2012, which i'm
for the white house. there's take of them being running mates for hillary clinton. that's first up for weekend politics joining me is republican strategist gordon. aid to the jonathan cainer campaign, and doug who is a democratic strategist. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> let's jump into it. california senator diane wine stin doesn't think it's a good idea to an a two-woman ticket. is she wise or short sited. we had tickets with two men, two southerners, like 1992. what do you think? >> it's possible to have two women, it's a question of where they are coming from. elizabeth warren is far to the left. hillary clinton is the presidential nominee. she bikes elizabeth warren and cuts off a slew of folks, backing the candidate. it's a question of the ideology than a question of whether it's a man or a woman. what do you think. >> i couldn't disagree more. i can't think of two stronger people on one democratic ticket. mrs. clinton is widely recognised all over the world. she's dynamic. people yearn for the clinton economy, and senator warren appeals to those voters voting for preside
, and i think when i look at disrespect that was put up to george w. bush and to bill clinton and hillary clinton back in the 1990's, who were accused of every contained of thing, including kidnap, murder drug smuggling, all these kind of things, and the whole birther narrative doesn't sound like that much that's new in politics. but i think getting back to the affordable care act, all along even during the heated a.c.a. debate the public dent like obamacare, which is a republican term, but they liked the features that obamacare the a.c.a. offered, and that's still true. you're seeing a republican now talk about mend it, don't end it or let's repair, it not repeal, that there are things like -- well covering preexisting conditions and other features that the affordable care act offers that we didn't have before. there's a lot of positives that the a.c.a. can be sold, but that's what i was referring to earlier when i said that the democratic strategy is to not so much push obama as to push the care just that's where the real vote-getter
become serious business. ron mott, nbc news, boston. >>> up next, hillary clinton on the subject on faith. >>> hillary clinton spoke about her faith today for the first time at a highly personal speech by the woman considered the front runner for the democratic presidential nomination in 2016. in lexington, kentucky, mrs. clinton a methodist addressed a crowd of 7,000 at the unite the methodist women's assembly. she recalled going to her church as a young girl in parkridge, illinois. >> i loved that church. i loved how it made me feel about myself. i loved the doors that it opened in my understanding of the world. i loved the way it helped to deepen my faith and ground it. >> hillary clinton today on her church and her faith. >>> millions of people will be watching around the world tomorrow as two popes become saint at a vatican ceremony conducted by pope francis. ann thompson is there for the preview for us tonight, hi, ann. >> reporter: good evening, lester. it's already crazy here. the streets around st. peters square are closed off and people are sleeping on the sidewalks as the vatic
served as ambassador-at-large to the former soviet union during the clinton administration, and he has held senior roles on the security council and the state department. he is currently the professor of international diplomacy at columbia and a senior fellow on the council of foreign relations. his new book explores the personalities and little-known stories of foreign policy. it is called "maximalist: america in the world from truman to obama." i am pleased to have steve sestanovich back at the table. great to have you back in the studio. ukraine. >> yeah. >> russia. where are we? >> it seems we're looking at a rolling dismemberment of ukraine. and i think it may turn out to be too strong a statement. i hope so. right now, the way the russians seem to be handling this is to challenge the authority of the ukrainian government and to warn that if they try to assert its authority in the eastern provinces where the support is weaker that russia will respond. respond they will, as the foreign minister said, as they did in georgia in 2008, the threat of war. >> they're threatening war if w
. more than a dozen people were injured. >> and hilary clinton says her faith was shaped by her devout grandmother. speaking at a conference of methodist women in kentucky. she says her faith helped guide her initiatives at the state department including efforts to fight human trafficking. >> a letter written by a passenger on the titanic selling at auction for $200,000. in the letter the passenger is saying in part, quote, the sailors say we have had a wonderful passage up to now. >> and the faithful are already gathering in vatican city. let's take a look at live pictures from the vatican. as you can see, thousands of people are ready to witness papal history. the ceremony doesn't start for a few hours. let's just listen for a second. listen to that crowd. well, it will be tomorrow morning, the day of the four popes because two living popes will preside over the canonization of two others. joining us to talk about the lives of these men is the director of the pope john paul ii shrine in washington defendant c. good to see you. first of all, why these two men? very different and why n
thing for the president to do. what he said was also said by secretaries clinton, hagel and kerry, but the chinese needed to hear it from the president himself. so that i think was a very good start to a very important trip. >> as you know, the white house has long talked about a so-called pivot to asia. we have ukraine boiling over. syria, mired in civil war. iraq once again descending into bloodshed. can that pivot really happen? >> well, it can happen and it needs to happen. and perhaps the president needs to pivot everywhere. because diplomacy is connected. one of the reasons why japan and south korea are so concerned about the united states is because of indecisive diplomacy on syria. and so these crises can spread from one part of the world to another. the president needs to be strong and firm in all of them because the possibility of this spreading around the globe is really very high. >> i'm curious from a financial perspective here, gordon, good news, in fact, for the u.s. economy. the report from the boston consulting group ranked the u.s. as being number two in global m
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back, secretary of tate hillary clinton wrote an entire article about the need for a pivot. so she's going to have to she runs for f president. it problem with a pivot is means you are turning away from something to something else so you just turned away from are saying what are we, chopped liver? who was not else in asia thought they were the ones being turned away from. turned to ple being get nervous that you are leaning in on them. likes to inistration use the word rebalance. everybody is equal, we are all.ncing you gwen: that is not even possible. rebalance isn't great because it sounds like unbalanced. said we should have said revitalize. sexy.s not very i will say what we need to show is the united states is capable or, as we used to say, we can walk and chew gum time.e same gwen: as the president said stuff.of >> you mentioned how ukraine is important and i think you are absolutely right, that asian what we arewatching doing. i'm wondering whether all of those countries that have the tes with china over south china sea and east china ea looking at ukraine and wondering wha
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